The same goes for my hubby and his friends, whenever they wanted to meet up or catch up with each other, they will go for either breakfast or lunch or dinner, or sometimes, two meals in one; like brunch.
During this year's Chinese New Year, we met up with the gang for brunch at one of the dim sum restaurants in town; which was located next to the Red Rock Hotel on Macalister Road.
Everyone takes turn in proposing a place for each meet up and this round, this was recommended by one of the friends who loves food.
Guys are simple, and unlike ladies, they go straight to filling their stomachs first and slowly catching up over cups of tea and in between food.
The rest of the conversation? Definitely after devouring all the food!
Fried bean curd skin fritters
Deep fried prawn and vegetables wantons, with mayonnaise
Pork dumplings with scallop
Siu Mai with sago (pork dumplings)
Curry prawns dumpling
This is quite unique, in my opinion. In fact, it tasted a little like the taste of Otak-otak
Prawn dumplings (Har Gao)
Braised pork ribs dumpling
Braised chicken feet (also known as Phoenix's claws in a nicer Chinese literary description used for this dish)
Braised pork ribs with sauce
Braised mixed noodles
Braised yellow egg noodles (Yee Mee) with seafood
We ordered the Po Lei tea to wash off the excessive oil from the oily stuffs
All the food/dim sum on the table
Food was not bad in this restaurant which had recently had a change in ownership and the prices were quite reasonable too.
Good food and great company, what better way to enjoy a Sunday morning?